We are in Ontario, and have now driven about 4200 km, so we’re actually closer to British Columbia than we are to Newfoundland.
The drive through Quebec was a long chain of road works, and even gave us a souvenir we didn’t ask for: a nail perforated one of our tires…
Luckily we were able to have it fixed after we found out.
In Ottawa we did some sightseeing, but because we couldn’t find a parking space on Parliament Hill, we just parked where the ministers parked:
The scenery around Lake Superior was beautiful, and marked the first real change from the rolling green hills and farmland seen through most of the Maritimes and Quebec. Again, a combination of a tight schedule and rainy weather meant that we did not get to stop as much as we wanted.
Today we enjoyed a day-long break in the trip though, to get some rest and energy we’ll need for the continuation of our trip tomorrow. After sleeping in, we had a look at Kakabeka Falls, where we saw the waterfalls but also a beautiful Luna moth: